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errier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life. to prevent future shootingse the connecticut school mass. what else he says -- we hav obligation to we will have to change. >> barack obama promises changes to prevent future massacres. and what else he says we have an obligation to do. renewing the debate over gun control. and the next round of rain is moving in. but the bigger weather headlines, downright freezing temperatures. the coldest day of the week and the day that will stay dry. president barack obama
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spent the night mourning in newtown, connecticut. he arrived an hour before the service began to meet with the families in privaciy. >> i come to offer the love -- privacy. >> i come to offer the love and prays of aination. >> i am very mindful that mere words can not match the depths of your sorrow, nor can they heal your hearts. in the face of violence. in the face of evil. you looked out for each other. and you have cared for one another. >> he ended the speech by reciting the names of all of the 20 children killed.
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the first funerals are starting tomorrow. 28 people dead. including 20 children. they say the shooter, adam lanza shot his mother four times in the head as she lay sleeping. computers in their home were smashed and he drove to the school and forced his way in by shooting out a window. within minutes he shot and killed 20 children and six adults and then as the police closed in, he shot himself. >> earlier in the day many people in newtown attended church services to express their grief. even that was disrupted at one church by the threat of violence. >> reporter: newtown, a place of sober reflection and crushing reflection. all day people walk slowly through this makeshift memorial to light candles and shed their tears. >> babies, they were innocent babies. >> reporter: at a church where
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adam lanza and his mother and eight of his young victims attended. in the middle of mass, a bomb threat. the police emptied the church, adding to the agony here. >> i don't think anything is worth what happened in the school. [crying] >> reporter: this afternoon, investigators towed away a black honda civic. the vehicle he drove to school. it was registered to his mother, nancy, his his first victim. she was shot four times in the head as she slept. investigators describe nancy lanza as demanding, a gun enthusiast who pressed her two boys, hard, even at the range where she taught them to shoot. adam was heavily armed when he arrived at the school. >> high capacity machine for the riff skpel multiple magazines for the rifle and for both handguns. >> reporter: only the quick
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response of two policeman prevented even more. when lanza saw them he ducked into a room and killed himself. in this town where angels mark the roads, funerals will begin for the victims. like 6-year-old jessica rekos who just asked santa for new cowboy boots. >> trapblgly, like this -- tragedies like this bring up gun control debate. this time it is different. the president says something needs to be done. >> can we say that we are truly doing enough to give all the children of this country the transthey deserve to live out
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their lives in happiness and with purpose? i have been reflecting on this the last few days. if we are honest with ourselves, the answer is no. we are not doing enough. and weville to change. >> president barack obama's comments today seemed to indicate he might be supportive of stricter gun control measures. we have one bay area lawmaker's new push for gun control. >> we have been here before. after every u.s. mass murder with firearms we heard the demands for greater controls on guns. the debate is more and more heated only to cool down. will it be any different this time? some say yes. the tragedy of so many murdered children may have moved the debate to the tipping point. >> reporter: in a nation with an estimated 12,000 fire-arm related homicides a year. the single massacre of 20 children and seven adults touched a nerve. one gun control advocates say may work to their advantage to
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reduce gun violence. it is called a tipping point. >> i think we could be at a tipping point for two reasons, a tipping point where we might actually get something done. >> reporter: one reason is the brutality of murdering 20 children, the other, is the amount of shooting sprees. >> the public will not accept, not accept a new normal one of these every month, these mass shootings. >> reporter: the killings prompted dianne feinstein to update a version of her 1994- 2004 assault weapon ban. >> it will ban the sales, the transfer, the importtation and the possession -- importation and possession, and ban the same for big clips, drums, strips, of more than 10 bullets. >> her bill will exempt 900 weapon. the mayor say that gun controls will comply with the second
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amendment. bloomberg says he would close the gun show loophole hole. >> they e involved to you selling one gun to me to you having 500 guns and 10 or 20 like me come in to buy guns from you. a way to avoid the federal requirement for background checks. >> the control advocates know they face a faux. >> i say you put the question wrong. the question is not how do we control guns but violence. this is no violence in a knife. >> reporter: guns are not the problem, people are. >> so, there is no solution to had this situation where newtown innocents are shot down. >> no. i will tell you what the cause is, the basic cause is the fundamental weaknesses of mankind, if you wish, the seeds of self-destruction of mankind. >> reporter: he is not optimistic a solution will be found. he says guns in the u.s. are not going to disappear any time soon and doubts this will be a
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fix for what he calls the real problem, mental health. >> all right, thank you. well, social media became a problem in the hours following the sandy hook shooting. connecticut authorities have a stern warning for anyone spreading false information. >> there have been some things in a threatening manner, it is important to know that we have discussed with federal authorities that these issues are crimes, they will be investigated, statewide and federally. and prosecution will take place when people perpetrating this information are identified. >> the officials say the information has been showing up on social media and includes people posing as the shooter and mimicking the crime and the scene. at church services around the nation worshipers prayed for the victims of the connecticut massacre and tried to find comfort in understanding in their faith.
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ann spoke with parishioners at saint parishioner's kagt lead ral in san francisco. >> it is times like this that our faith is a parent. the important -- is apparent. the important thing is not to lose hope. >> reporter: people with heavy hearts came to church today for comfort and community. >> my heart is feeling sorrow. i am here to get things done for my family and have my children and being blessed. >> reporter: they put up a memorial for the people who died in connecticut with white ribbons and a prayer for their souls. our hearts are torn by all of this. >> how can anybody hurt kids? >> reporter: the character has a book to write and register your prayers. a lot of words about sorrow and comfort and love. >> bringing medals blessed by the bishop for each of his students a symbol asking higher powers for protection. >> i think god is in those that gather and those that support each other. i am here just for a little bit
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of that to give to my kids. >> reporter: they had a lot of questions. >> i could not wrap my mind around who would kill all of those innocent children. >> reporter: while this are no easy answers, he says the conversation is what is important. >> allowing them to express their confusion and their anger and their hurt. >> reporter: the same emotions that can cause many faithful to question their god. >> our faith is questioned. that is why it is important to be consistent in good times and bad. >> for continuing coverage of the story visit our web site. >> we are keeping our eye on the newest storm to hit the bay area. here is what it looked like tonight in san francisco. julie is using the tracker to track the weather.
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>> it is the leading edge for continuing through the monday morning commute. scatter inside nature, a closer look at the north bay that shows where the significant cells are moving in. again, this is just the beginning and will fill in overnight tonight. we are not talking huge rainfall totals but enough to make a mess of the morning commute. the temperatures outside, actually mild by comparison. not much cooler now than for the highs. today we topped out in the middle to upper 50s. right now, lower to middle 50s. this is a hint at what we will see tomorrow. the temperatures warming just gradually by a few degrees before it takes a drop by tuesday and wednesday of this week. in fact, that brings me to the weather headlines. rain returns overnight tonight. continuing into tomorrow. the temperatures, however, remain chilly. really dropping by midweek. we will see a brief break in the rain. the 1-day we will likely see it dry, i will show you, coming up. >> all right, thank you. you at home can track the
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storm any time with our live hi- def doplar on our web site. could there be movement to avoid the fiscal cliff? new signs coming out of washington. and, they are calling for a do over. why some egyptians want a repeat of the first round of the constitution reverendum ,, hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit today.
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wishing you happy holidays. fiscal cliff. house speaker, john boehners offering a trillion dollarsn higher tax revenue over ten years -- and an increase in tax rate on people making me illion dollars a y house speaker is offering a $1 trillion in higher tax revenue over 10 years and an increase in the tax time. in return $1 trillion in spending cuts like medicare. democrats say no way on that one. the first round of voting on referandum. >> the chanting is on hold. early results of the first
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round of it, the atmosphere serious. they claim in some stations they were obstructed. going through at 63 page document. once they are in the booth voters are presented with agree or disagree. criticism that the constitution tramples on women's rights did not bother this voter. [speaking in foreign language] >> reporter: every egypt should come out and vote yes. some had a different view. >> a constitution that does not represent what i think is egypt. >> reporter: voter groups called for a repeat of the first round. many booths were not monitored by judges as required by law. the second and final round of
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voting is for next weekend. an orange alert has been issued for towns near the volcano. orange is the second highest warning level. the first eruption was what scientists call a moderate one. followed by two larger eruptions and encouraging everyone it to get out. >> julie watson is back. if you have outdoor plans there is one day it will be dry. >> make us wait. >> just a little longer. i will give you a hint. midweek. let's talk about what is going on outside. hi-def doplar. you will notice scattered showers. the bulk is in the north bay. we will see them, again, really spread throughout the bay as we make our way through the overnight hours and in the morning commute. and the valley, this is the type of rain that you can
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expect to see. not heavy rain but scattered showers and certainly enough to make's mess of the morning commute. satellite perspective. more rain moving in off shore. it is the leading edge from the front that is really going to push things up moving in over the next couple of days. the temperatures plunging the overnight temperatures cheering it out midweek. clear skies and very cold overnight temperatures. in fact, by tuesday, snow level drops around 2,000 feet. but, we are getting rid of the moisture. and showers in the valleys. some of the cooler spots will get down into around freezing. for tomorrow, however, one more day of relative mild temperatures, thanks in part to this. right now we are seeing the scattered showers making their way in. future cast showing they will stick around through the
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morning commute. moving on into the late morning or afternoon hours, seeing the showers diminish, can not rule it out. the most consistent rain will pass by. winter storm warning in effect. ,tomorrow night. snow levels down to 3,000 feet. 1-2 feet of snow about 5,000, and gusty winds up to 60 mile- an-hours tonight. certainly grab the chains if you are going up to the high country maybe an early holiday for you. temperatures tomorrow, warmer than today. we were a couple degrees warmer. middle to upper 50s. the warmest locations, the temperatures, though, take a dip as we move on into midweek. so, tomorrow, we will keep the showers in the forecast. slight chance of showers on tuesday. we will mainly be dry. the temperatures troping down. in fact, i think we will likely see frost, tuesday and wednesday morning. but, wednesday, that is what you have been waiting for. the one day with sunshine.
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likely staying dry on wednesday. the temperatures, they remain cool and don't get used to the sunshine. >> thursday, the rain returns, continues on friday. and we are staying soggy through the weekend. >> wow. >> all right, thank you very much, i guess. [ laughter ] all right, east bay city looking to become a no drone zone. why people have a problem with the eye in the sky. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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proposal to declare the cit a "no drone zone." drones are used by the department of homeland secu the debate over surveillance drones moves to berkeley. the city will be declared a no drone zone. it it is used by homeland security to watch over ports and international borders. the fbi and a dozen police and sheriff's departments have them. some people complain the drones are an invasion of privacy. we'll be right back. -what's up? i'm chris. -and i'm erik. both: we're the fruit guys! back in 1998, we had this idea to deliver fresh fruit to offices in downtown san francisco. we built these wooden crates, filled these with fruit in my one-bedroom apartment. the fruit guys has been with bank of america since they first started. we work with them to help them grow and succeed.
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cyclists dressed as santa b around the city's famous landmarks. l lucky christmas shoppers in rome got a special treat. hundreds of cyclists, dressed as santa, rode around
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landmarks. trying to raise money for children's cancer charities. santas are not sure if they reached a new world record but they had a great time, regardless. >> that is it for us. thanks for watching "game day" coming up next. good night ,, [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. get breyer's ice cream for $2.88 and dessert will surely shine. make it a grand finale with starbucks just $6.99. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life.
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